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RED Digital Cinema: Understanding Anamorphic Lenses

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Posted by RED Digital Cinema on July 25, 2013 • 

 

"Anamorphic lenses are specialty tools which affect how images get projected onto the camera sensor. They were primarily created so that a wider range of aspect ratios could fit within a standard film frame, but since then, cinematographers have become accustomed to their unique look. This article discusses the key considerations with anamorphic lenses in the digital era.

 

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Two classes of lenses are typically used in production: spherical and anamorphic. Spherical are more common and are the assumed lens type unless specified otherwise. Spherical lenses project images onto the sensor without affecting their aspect ratio. Anamorphic lenses, on the other hand, project a version of the image that is compressed along the longer dimension (usually by a factor of two). Anamorphic lenses therefore require subsequent stretching, in post-production or at the projector, in order to be properly displayed."

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3 Strip Technicolor Look in DaVinci Resolve

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Technicolor. When you say the name it harkens back to the golden age studio era. It brings to mind the larger-than-life stars of the silver-screen, epic production values, and a hyper-vibrant punch...
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Become a Master of Natural Lighting with These 5 Tricks | Videomaker.com

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Pro Camcorders Buy Guide | Videomaker.com

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We pay a price for every feature and capability sought from a pro camcorder but price isn’t always the deal breaker.

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Canon develops new Picture Style for EOS DSLRs

Canon develops new Picture Style for EOS DSLRs | Canon develops new Picture Style for EOS DSLRs | Scoop.it

Posted by Canon Europe on May 14, 2013 • 

 

London, UK, 14 May 2013 – "Canon today announces the release of a new in-camera Picture Style pre-set for its range of EOS DSLRs. Created following direct feedback from video enthusiasts, the new Picture Style, called Video Camera X–series-look, enables users to capture EOS Movie footage with lower contrast levels, allowing for easier colour grading during post production processes.

 

Similar to that available in Canon’s range of X-series camcorders, the new Picture Style works by lowering colour saturation levels and contrast during filming. This makes it ideal for videographers during post production grading processes, especially if complementing with pre-existing footage shot with Canon’s X-series models, or alternatively for those who instantly want to add atmosphere to Full HD movies. In addition, the new Picture Style can also be applied to still images captured in RAW or JPEG formats.

 

The new Picture Style can be downloaded now from:

http://web.canon.jp/imaging/picturestyle/index.html"

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The History of Cutting - The Birth of Cinema and Continuity Editing, by John P. Hess (14:07)

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"Cinema began as a novelty - projecting dancing shadows on a screen of simple every day scenes. But through the contributions of talented artists, a new cinematic language of editing emerged. Trace the development of editing from The Lumiere Brothers through Georges Méliès, Edwin S. Porter, and D.W Griffith."

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DJI's Phantom quadcopter is a well-designed, easy to fly, low cost aerial video platform, with sophisticated GPS and failsafe features in a small and durable package.

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Panavision Touch for The Sony F55

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"Here’s a nice view of the Sony F55 (ghosted) with the new Panavision modifications in plain sight: customized viewfinder with heater, leveling rod, finder arm, handles, cage around mount, PV mount, mattebox, and more."

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Agile marketing: the 70:20:10 rule

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One of the characteristics of the modern marketer outlined in our recent Modern Marketing Manifesto is agility. The ability to be responsive and adaptive. To be flexible and embrace change.

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Aaron Bana's curator insight, June 25, 2013 1:28 AM

Awesome!

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Worth the read! Got me smiling and activated my brain as I was reading the infographics. Just got an idea for the project I am working on! :) Thanx!

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